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RLehman-esristaff
Click to view contentWelcome to the Nonprofit Geonet Space –Let’s get started!   Welcome and thanks for joining the Nonprofit Program group onGeoNet! To get started we invite you to first review the group features on the overview page and familiarize yourself with the group info, admins, and GeoNet 101 information in the left column.   Share your own examples and… (Show more)
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MaggieArdito
Hello, I'm looking for a basic tutorial on the new story map capabilities - I don't want a bunch of flashy examples.  I want to start with a map (in our case a multiuse trail) and build a guide to the trail.  Should be straightforward.  I had partial success with the old 'shortlist' and I'm just trying to figure out how to do it better... it… (Show more)
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MaggieArdito
We are also with a very small nonprofit with a limited budget.  We have budgeted the license fee, but the storage fee is well over $100 per year. We only have one map and a few story maps online so the fee for service credits is confusing.
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Rajeshts
Looks like ArcGis Desktop Advance Non for Profit license include ArcMap pro. Is that correct? If so I was unable to connect with my username. Do I need to do a new username and pass?
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chesapeake_legal
Hello!   I've been using on and off since 2002, but really only on Desktop. I'm new to Story Maps. As part of a small nonprofit with a limited budget (and with an E.D. unfamiliar with GIS) I need some assurance that I can make a Story Map at low or no cost. And equally important - if there is a cost, will I know what it is before I incur… (Show more)
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pschoettlin
I added some address to a map and there were a couple the geocode feature found multiple.  Two of the alternative addresses are showing as points on my map and I can't remove them - even after I removed the table of addresses I had added to begin with.   The A with the bright Blue circle and the B in the Yellow circle are unwanted.   Thanks,… (Show more)
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RLehman-esristaff
You don’t have to be a data geek to use GIS to better target your beneficiaries, plan and measure your impact, or engage your stakeholders. During this webinar, organized by Esri’s Nonprofit Team, you will learn about opportunities to apply and expand the use of GIS in your everyday work, along with the learning resources and relevant solutions to…
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RLehman-esristaff
Click to view contentIn this episode of StoryMaps Live we'll be speaking with Chanté Mitchell and John Nerge from the City of Brooklyn Park, MN. They recently published a collection of stories titled Brooklyn Park 2025. In this collection, they use StoryMaps to track the community's progress and increase transparency as they collect data to measure success.…
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